Neil Robertson claimed his first title of the season following a 4-3 win over Jamie Burnett in the final of the Gdynia Open.
For Mr Robertson it was a second successive championship victory in Poland following his win at last season’s Warsaw Classic.
The world no. 8 looked to be in cruise control after he racked up a 3-0 lead over Mr Burnett, who was looking to gain his first-ever professional title. But then the Scot fought back to level at 3-3, with a top break of 64.
The final frame, which lasted 52 minutes, was decided when Mr Burnett missed a black off the spot with just one red remaining, allowing Mr Robertson his chance to return to the table and gain an unassailable lead.
It proved a costly mistake for the Glasgow-born 37-year-old as he missed out on the €12,000 top prize.
Next up for the world’s best players is the Antwerp Open, which begins on October 18.
From Warsaw Business Journal by David Ingham
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